Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Before / After (Iswara)

Before (90mm, F/4, 1/200s, ISO400)

After (90mm, F/4, 1/200s, ISO400)

Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover

Claying removes quite abit of the black scuff mark (plastic transfer) and Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover removes the remaining stubborn mark. Part of the bumper paint is removed hence it's not recoverable, but at least it's not as obvious as before.

Due to my laziness, I mounted my DSLR onto my monopod to capture this macro photo during overcast weather. Depth-of-Field might not be sufficient for such photography if you notice it from the photo, but to maintain a shutter speed of 1/200s, I had to boost the ISO to 400 and could only afford F/4 aperture size.

Canon EOS350D, Tamron SP AF90mm F/2.8 Di Macro, Manfrotto 680B


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey zey,

just to show how great you are in panning...check this link out! he did it with a camera 5 times the price of yours ;)


6:40 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hi young photographer,

Oopss...maybe the owner didn't try his best. Speaking of 5D, I gave it a test on Monday with EF24-105mm F/4L IS USM. It's an incredible body and it makes that lens a gem due to the full-frame capability. Handling wise, I would say it's almost same to 30D, except that it's larger and heavier. Shutter lag and blackout time both are definitely much shorter compared to 350D. I can only dream of that body till it drops to another half of the current price. LOL!

I've got a friend who will be buying soon. The latest price of 5D (/w 24-105) is RM12,000. :o

8:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you just proved that it's not the camera that matters..it's the person behind it :)

24-105 looks great...but wide angle is busted on our 1.6 crop factor? hmm...if it weren't that expensive i'd wanna buy it for it's portability..don't wanna get robbed by goons while using the huge white 70-200 4L IS USM.

6:52 PM  
Blogger Zey said...

Oh yeah, apart from being not wide enough on a 1.6x body, actually it's got superb range. At 105mm, one can easily get headshot. As for 24mm, an outdoor group photo isn't a problem. For outdoor events, certainly I wouldn't leave my 24-105 behind, but for indoor events, 17-40 & 70-200 both are needed. Bad thing about white color coating is that it's an attention seeker! :D

10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha yeah it is! i'm just a kid :p and can get easily robbed :O

perhaps will save more for the 24-105 4L .. right now i'll just dream :)thanks for tips again...oh and i read your Canon Digital Imaging Fair? what's it about?

10:35 PM  
Blogger Zey said...

Save up the money first. I believe in future, 5D with 24-105 would be even cheaper. The Canon Digital Imaging Fair would be showcasing the latest EOS1D Mk III, EF16-35mm F/2.8L USM II and SpeedLite 580EX II. If you have time, maybe you can visit.

10:45 PM  
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11:10 AM  

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